243 Davos-Weltcuploipe
243 Davos-Weltcuploipe

Cross-country skiing

Davos-Weltcuploipe

Davos-Weltcuploipe

Davos, Bünda–Davos, Bünda

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Davos-Weltcuploipe

Davos-Weltcuploipe

Cross-country skiing on the FIS racing trails in the Flüela Valley, where Dario Cologna and his fellow skiers also compete for World Cup points. Highlight of the racing trail: the famous «Cologna-Stutz» named after Switzerland’s most successful cross-country skier of all time.
The world's elite cross-country skiers stand on the starting line of the Davos Nordic every year. The starting point of the World Cup cross-country ski trail is the Bünda area in Davos Dorf. The trail leads from here along the forest to Obersand where it crosses the Flüela river to the other side of the valley.

It passes the Adventure Park Färich (rope-climbing & bike park in summer), then rises up the section that includes the famous «Cologna-Stutz» named after Switzerland’s most successful cross-country skier of all time and elective native of Davos. With a length of 236 metres, the steepest climb on the route is a real challenge for many athletes.

The trail reaches its highest point at the small hamlet of Waldji, where it then turns and runs parallel to the ascent for several hundred metres, before bending to the left, once again crossing the Flüela river. From here, it’s a sprint along the river for around 1.5 km as far as Obersand, with the final kilometre also being gently downhill and leading back to the starting point of the lap.
Cross-country skiing on the FIS racing trails in the Flüela Valley, where Dario Cologna and his fellow skiers also compete for World Cup points. Highlight of the racing trail: the famous «Cologna-Stutz» named after Switzerland’s most successful cross-country skier of all time.
The world's elite cross-country skiers stand on the starting line of the Davos Nordic every year. The starting point of the World Cup cross-country ski trail is the Bünda area in Davos Dorf. The trail leads from here along the forest to Obersand where it crosses the Flüela river to the other side of the valley.

It passes the Adventure Park Färich (rope-climbing & bike park in summer), then rises up the section that includes the famous «Cologna-Stutz» named after Switzerland’s most successful cross-country skier of all time and elective native of Davos. With a length of 236 metres, the steepest climb on the route is a real challenge for many athletes.

The trail reaches its highest point at the small hamlet of Waldji, where it then turns and runs parallel to the ascent for several hundred metres, before bending to the left, once again crossing the Flüela river. From here, it’s a sprint along the river for around 1.5 km as far as Obersand, with the final kilometre also being gently downhill and leading back to the starting point of the lap.
7 km | 1 Stage
190 m | 190 m
classic+skating | medium

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel Davos Dorf
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Season

Winter season
The winter season generally lasts from the end of October to April. Thanks to the over-summering of snow (snow-farming), 4 kilometres of this trail are open to professionals and amateur enthusiasts alike as early as late October.

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Amended routing, Davos-Weltcuploipe
Duration
until further notice
Reason
Amended routing
The route is being diverted. Please follow the local signposts. See map for details.
Data source: SwitzerlandMobility / Cantonal office

Hints

Ski hire and trail pass
Information on the local trail pass, the hire of cross-country ski equipment and changing rooms and showers:
www.davos.ch

Contact

Destination Davos Klosters
Talstrasse 41
7270 Davos Platz
Tel. +41 (0)81 415 21 21
info@davos.ch
www.davos.ch

Services

Accommodation

Jugendherberge Davos
Jugendherberge Davos
Davos Dorf
Hard Rock Hotel Davos
Hard Rock Hotel Davos
Davos Platz
Precise Tale Seehof Davos
Precise Tale Seehof Davos
Davos Dorf
Hotel Dischma
Hotel Dischma
Davos Dorf
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Places of interest

Bikepark Färich Davos
Bikepark Färich Davos
Kirchner Museum
Kirchner Museum
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Signalization

Signalization
For cross-country skiing, follow the logo indicated on the turquoise signposts. Take a printout of our web map on your tour for safety's sake.
Signalization